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Old 10-03-2011, 07:02 AM   #1531
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Whoa...

Installed yesterday and left for work last night. Whoa, Baby... Feels like a bunch more torque off the bottom. Kinda surprised myself when I first grabbed a handful of throttle!
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Old 10-04-2011, 03:02 AM   #1532
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Of course this whole 1st assembly product run is WAY more complicated than the next IICE product will be, so after this steep learning curve, IICE Cube (or is it D-coffee, or block ) will be a breeze in comparison…

And we're think'n about a 'special' surprise gift in every box just as an added bonus for all those who have been so patient. I dare not say more lest the marketing dept. be accused of giving away the store…

Hang in there we're almost there. JJ
Wait a minute, does this mean the IICE Cool will be available this time next week? You guys do awesome work!
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Old 10-05-2011, 02:17 PM   #1533
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Did last batch go out?
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Old 10-06-2011, 02:33 AM   #1534
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Bubbles are common in molded parts. However, they are usually inspected for this condition and easily corrected.

There's several causes. But most all relate to short cuts on the mold design or during the molding process itself.

In this instance, I'd guess it was more a function on the molding process. The bubbles are in the thickest cross section of the plastic. Usually a result of not "holding" the part long enough at pressure before completing the molding cycle.

This is common due to molders trying to maximize cycle time.
Shorten or eliminate the "pack or dwell" time to get more shots p/hour.

Clear parts are usually inspected closer exactly because the bubbles are so visible. There can be other contributing factors such as inadequate venting of the mold or drying of the plastic prior to molding.

Ya done good to catch this. I've rec'd mine but still waiting to install my new gadget. Like fishy, I waited patiently without complaint.
Watching the process is appreciated.

Excuse the hi-jack - now back to your regularly scheduled program.
Thanks CG, for your insight into this plastics processing issue.


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Old 10-06-2011, 02:36 AM   #1535
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This stuff all arrived. We are stocked up now, boy!

From the right: A grip of IICE Air plastic enclosures, 3 cubic feet of the original vials (that's 500 pieces, what the heck am I going to do with 500 of these things!), and a lifetime supply of 10ml syringes to dispense epoxy.




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Old 10-06-2011, 04:41 AM   #1536
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I see mine in that box!!
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Old 10-06-2011, 05:45 AM   #1537
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Did last batch go out?
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:40 AM   #1538
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Looks like we won't be getting the IIce cools till 2014 lol

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This stuff all arrived. We are stocked up now, boy!

From the right: A grip of IICE Air plastic enclosures, 3 cubic feet of the original vials (that's 500 pieces, what the heck am I going to do with 500 of these things!), and a lifetime supply of 10ml syringes to dispense epoxy.



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Old 10-06-2011, 09:34 AM   #1539
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This stuff all arrived. We are stocked up now, boy!

From the right: A grip of IICE Air plastic enclosures, 3 cubic feet of the original vials (that's 500 pieces, what the heck am I going to do with 500 of these things!), and a lifetime supply of 10ml syringes to dispense epoxy.
With all that stuff, the DEA is gonna come knocking on your door.

"Whatcha doin' with all them syringes there, boy?"
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Old 10-06-2011, 09:37 AM   #1540
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This stuff all arrived. We are stocked up now, boy!

From the right: A grip of IICE Air plastic enclosures, 3 cubic feet of the original vials (that's 500 pieces, what the heck am I going to do with 500 of these things!), and a lifetime supply of 10ml syringes to dispense epoxy.



You know that the Feds are now tracking you. Buying all those syringes, all those plastic vials. OMG you might be a bad guy.

Just remember to have lots of donuts on hand, because the FIB and TAF agents need to keep their energy up.
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Old 10-06-2011, 11:41 AM   #1541
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With all that stuff, the DEA is gonna come knocking on your door.

"Whatcha doin' with all them syringes there, boy?"
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You know that the Feds are now tracking you. Buying all those syringes, all those plastic vials. OMG you might be a bad guy.

Just remember to have lots of donuts on hand, because the FIB and TAF agents need to keep their energy up.
You fellas seem to have a certain amount of experience with this.



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Old 10-06-2011, 03:59 PM   #1542
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Sorry if this has been addressed elsewhere. I read about the IICE products and want a little more input into how they function. Primarily, is the IICE Air strictly an inline resistor circuit? Second, what does the microprocessor circuitry do for the coolant sensor circuit?

I looked in the Hotrodding thread and didn't find a sufficient explanation. I certainly don't want proprietary details; I couldn't care less. I just want more info to compare with what I read on the BoosterPlug site. I liked that he explained the nonlinear effect incurred by serial add on resistors to the air sensor circuit. This made me wonder about your product(s).

I would be happy with links to info I didn't see, yet.

My bike pings awfully (2011GS) during large angle tip-in (5500 rpm) and about 75% steady throttle at 5500 rpm.

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Old 10-06-2011, 06:52 PM   #1543
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Sorry if this has been addressed elsewhere. I read about the IICE products and want a little more input into how they function. Primarily, is the IICE Air strictly an inline resistor circuit? Second, what does the microprocessor circuitry do for the coolant sensor circuit?

I looked in the Hotrodding thread and didn't find a sufficient explanation. I certainly don't want proprietary details; I couldn't care less. I just want more info to compare with what I read on the BoosterPlug site. I liked that he explained the nonlinear effect incurred by serial add on resistors to the air sensor circuit. This made me wonder about your product(s).

I would be happy with links to info I didn't see, yet.

My bike pings awfully (2011GS) during large angle tip-in (5500 rpm) and about 75% steady throttle at 5500 rpm.

TIA

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See the 1st post of this thread for all those details
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=638412

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Old 10-06-2011, 07:26 PM   #1544
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As I tried to explain, I didn't see a thorough enough explanation to my query. I did go through those links and still didn't see one that satisfied my curiosity.

More succinctly, is the temperature offset of the IICE Air linear across the temperature band? Adding a simple inline resistor does not accomplish this as I've learned. What I understood from the links provided is that the IICE Air can be set to different offsets, i.e.-unaltered, -10, -20 and -30C. I didn't see any discussion about the linearity of the offsets. Perhaps I read/scanned the info too briefly to glean an answer.

Perhaps I'm just dense. This wouldn't be the first time, after all, since my scalp is now burnt from circling the sun so many times.
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:38 PM   #1545
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is the temperature offset of the IICE Air linear across the temperature band?
I believe marketing department has the right answer...?
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